Avg: 3.95 (14 votes)
Inter River Park in North Vancouver supports several soccer fields, baseball pitch’s, lacrosse arena and a series of connecting trails that offer access to several links that take you to either Seymour or Grouse mountain making it the perfect back drop for a Bike Skills Park.

The multi year process combined North Vancouver District, Hoots, and NSMBA, NS BMX clubs together to create a 2 acre facility that would replace decrepit asphalt tennis courts and construct a Nationals level BMX race track, progressive Dirt Jump Area and technical features training area that is open to the public from Dusk to Dawn, seven days a week.
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Jun 24, 2020 @ 7:00pm
Jun 24, 2020
Its riding good, besides the 40+ little kids on trikes. ): view
Sep 27, 2019 @ 11:25am
Sep 27, 2019
Closed and under construction. Looking pretty awesome though! view
Jun 28, 2019 @ 1:07pm
Jun 28, 2019
Skills park to be rebuild with a paved pumptrack. Fall of 2019 https://www.dnv.org/recreation-leisure/inter-river-park-pump-track view
Feb 12, 2018 @ 11:19am
Feb 12, 2018
The new 2 pump tracks (kids and all ages) are fully open and clear. No skills area at all view
May 20, 2017 @ 10:48pm
May 20, 2017
Updated BMX track fully open. However, the skills area has been closed for a couple years, and is still under construction (May 2017) to become a... view
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      • North Vancouver, BC V7J 2H1
      • North Vancouver, BC Canada
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      Hoots Inc.
      Hoots Inc.
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      Inter River
      Inter River
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      Nov 30, 2009
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      4 Comments

      • + 2
       I feel that this park had tremendous ambition and potential, however at this point it does need some tremendous update and maintenance. That said, it is a good place to bring kids to get them comfortable riding a bike on various terrain. I would love to offer my help to go in and do the much needed work to bring this park back to life, as it is such a good space that could be so much more.
      • + 1
       In my opinon, they kinda ruined the park, they got rid of the skinny section and drops and replaced it with a small concerte pump track. They changed the jumps to make them much more intimidating and challenging to prevent people from hitting them. And most of all there are constantly 40+ kids on push bikes and trykes . Good luck getting a solid run in!
      • + 2
       good park but sad that theres no more trick park and drops
      • + 1
       A new pump track facility will be going in beside the Race Track this summer - due to be complete this fall!

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